The program develops key leadership skills such as integrating an entrepreneurial mindset into corporate culture, making technology-enhanced strategic decisions, building collaborative organizations, and managing key talent across global markets.
Action Learning Projects are core to the Executive Program in General Management learning experience. On every project, participants get a rare firsthand look at corporate structures, new business ideas, and a wide array of operational challenges facing organizations. The Action Learning challenges participants to manage projects in unfamiliar work environments with a range of management and business development approaches.
*The final Report Out will be to a panel that will include MIT Alumni, MIT Entrepreneurs in Residence, the Executive Program in General Management Faculty Director and angel investors
Professor of Practice, Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management
International Programs Professor of Management
Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate and Master’s Programs
Associate Professor of Organization Studies
Chrysler Leaders for Global Operations Professor of Management
Erwin H. Schell Professor of Management and Professor of Organization Studies
Associate Dean and Faculty Director for Action Learning at Asia School of Business
Principal Research Scientist and a part of Center for Information System Research
Research Fellow, MIT Center for Digital Business
Upon completion of the Executive Program in General Management, participants will be awarded the Advanced Certificate for Executives in Management, Innovation, and Technology (ACE) and a certificate of completion of the Executive Program in General Management in recognition of your achievement and the investment you and your company have made in your education and development.
The Executive Program in General Management is tailored for international participants from emerging markets. Designed for mid-career managers and leaders, participants come from large organizations, medium-sized companies, and even from startups. In past years, participants have come from over 20 countries and from diverse organizations and industries. The program will help talented leaders prepare to take on larger, critical roles in their companies or start new entrepreneurial ventures.
The learning journey is specifically designed for participants with:
|Program Launch||December 21, 2021||Online|
|Term 1||January 10–14, 2022||Online-Live Faculty Sessions|
|Term 2||January 18–April 30, 2022||Online|
|Term 3||May 2–6, 2022||MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, Massachusetts**|
|Term 4||May 7–August 14, 2022||Online|
|Term 5||August 15–19, 2022||MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, Massachusetts**|
|Round 2||December 10, 2021||US$400|
|Program Fee: US$37,500|